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Using a Mac - Date & Time

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: In this video, Mahalo expert Justin Zagri explains how to customize your Mac's clock settings with the Date & Time Preferences. Using a Mac - Date & Time --------------------------------------------------------------------- Navigate to the upper right corner of the Mac desktop screen to the Date & Time and click on it. You'll be given options to either view the date and time as either Analog or Digital. To change its settings, click Date & Time Preferences. Normally, the box Set date and time automatically is checked if you have an internet connection. Make sure the location is correct in the drop-down menu next to this. If you wish to set the date and time manually, simply uncheck this box. You can also choose the Time Zone you're in, so the date and time will more accurately reflect your specific location. Finally, the Clock tab will give you a few more options regarding the date and time. You can choose to remove the date and time altogether by unchecking the box Show date and time in menu bar. You can also choose to Display the time with seconds, Flash the time separators, Use a 24-hour clock, Show AM/PM, Show the day of the week and Show the date. You can even choose to have your computer Announce the time with a custom voice. Read more by visiting our page at:
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